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Re: S11 protest I will be there will you?

I for one am TOTALLY oposed to having this stuff in
Computerbank mailing list

It is TOTALLY inapproriate for this discussion to take
place in the Computerbank mailing list.

It is TOTALLY outside the brief of Computerbank's
constitution to have this discussion in Computerbank's
mailing list.

David Totterdell
Honorary Treasurer
Conputerbank Victoria Inc.

----- Original Message -----
From: <nevyn-cbv@wow64.org>
To: Bruce McCubbery <brucemcc@melbpc.org.au>
Cc: CBV General List <computerbank@lists.linux.org.au>;
Sent: Sunday, 10 September 2000 11:32
Subject: Re: S11 protest I will be there will you?

> On Sun, 10 Sep 2000, Bruce McCubbery wrote:
> >At 08:38 10/09/00 +1100, Grant Diffey wrote:
> >>after the
> >>protests (I am not hardcore enough to camp out :) )
> >
> >It is hardly appropriate to post this here but I
judge the latent
> >opposition to Mr Grates and the support for
linux-type thinking means there
> >are enough on here for it to be OK? Particularly
seeing IT'S ON! tomorrow?
> I don't think its just about microsoft it's about
> individuals and the loss of democracy
> I think that it's totally apropriate as computerbank
is an organisation
> about empowering people with information technology
and S11 is about
> protesting the disempowering of individuals
> The whole free software movement is based on the
premis of empowering
> people (users) and not restricting the rights of the
> Grant
> Digging his heels in for a extended debate.
> >
> (snip)
> -
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